Cyrus said on Twitter that she was "completely devastated" by the fires affecting her community.
Fans were quick to share their sympathy with Butler with one writing: "I'm so sorry this has happened to you and many others". My animals and LOVE OF MY LIFE made it out safely & that's all that matters right now.
She added: "I am grateful for all I have left".
Butler thanked the Los Angeles Fire Department saying,"Inspired as ever by the courage, spirit and sacrifice of firefighters".
The devastation and number of destroyed homes and buildings is expected to increase, as the flames continue to scorch large swaths of land, propelled by 40-mph winds.
"California is a paradise for us all".
But the Camp Fire isn't the only inferno ravaging California. It's too big for some to see at all.
"Any time we have an outbreak in Government Canyon or somewhere like that, a fire, they're the ones that we would send in first", Arrington said.
He also posted the following Instagram Video (watchable below) as he walks around the charred remains of his home in Malibu. Smoke and steam rose from cracks in the driveway. Of the six discovered Sunday, five were in homes and one was in a vehicle. "It was like a firestorm, it was roaring", he told CNN affiliate KABC, referring to the Woolsey Fire. "Welcome to my home in Malibu...half gone". "I am safe and sound and mercifully my house is still standing for now". "We will rebuild this attractive community".
The California wildfire has burned more than 14,000 acres and the citizens of Malibu are under mandatory evacuation. But with the raging Camp Fire in Northern California, that's no longer an option. He also lost a previous home in 1978 where he recorded albums like "Zuma" burned to the ground in an arson fire.
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Red Flag warnings signaling extreme fire danger have been posted from California's northern border with OR to its southern border with Mexico.
"As we drove to safety, they risked their lives trying to save our home", he said. The town is no more - more than 6,400 homes were destroyed, in the most destructive wildfire in California's history - and one of the deadliest.
Geary surveys the damage to their home.